Prince Harry plans to apologize to Britain’s chief rabbi for attending a party decked out in a Nazi uniform, it was reported yesterday.
South African-born Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, 56, succeeds Lord Sacks, 22 years to the day since he was installed as Chief Rabbi.
ROYAL ‘HEIL’ TO PAY ; PRINCE CHARLES CONVINCES HARRY TO APOLOGIZE TO CHIEF RABBI FOR NAZI STUNT Prince Harry plans to apologize to Britain’s chief rabbi for attending a party decked out in a
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip lay a wreath during a visit to the memorial site of former Nazi concentration camp Bergen-Belsen on June 26, 2015.
Prince Charles and his son Prince Harry are growing closer these days. In fact, Charles and Harry were on hand to present medals to Gurkha soldiers during a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, March 14th.
Prince Harry the Nazi With a drink in one hand and a cigarette in the other, «Trouble Harry» looked cool and casual at Saturday’s party at Harry Meade’s place, the son of the three-time Olympic
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Author: Tom Parfitt
The Prince of Wales –who was the ceremony’s guest of honor– is the first member of the royal family to attend an installation of a chief rabbi, and he did so in style, with his blue velvet
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, KCVO, ADC(P) (Henry Charles Albert David; born 15 September 1984) is a member of the British royal family. He is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales , and Diana, Princess of Wales , and is sixth in the line of succession to the British throne .
Spouse: Meghan Markle (m. 2018)
‘Prince Charles has attended a concert and ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London to mark the 70th anniversary of Israel. The event in Kensington, entitled ‘Platinum – Celebrating Israel at 70’, is described as a ‘breathtaking evening of live music, dance and art’.